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Snow Blowing in Winter Wonderland

2 Jan , 2015  

Snow-blower-in-winter-wonderland Spent the Christmas holidays and New Years at the cabin. It was a real treat when we completed the 4 hour drive and go right up to the front door. My neighbour was so kind to plow out the driveway with his heavy duty, Bobcat skid steer. Made unloading all the cargo so much easier. The weather was good, but a couple of days later, we got another 7 inches of snow. Thought it would be a good idea to take my snow blower out and clean out the 800 meter lane way. It’s a lot easier to remove the snow when it freshly fallen (light and fluffy). If it sits over night or gets flattened by a vehicles, its much harder to clear. It took about 3 hours, but, I took breaks. Occasionally, I would shut off the motor and look around at the pristine, untouched by man. I forget sometimes that we don’t smell the roses. Afterwards, I let my neighbours know it was clear and ready for them to get to their cabins. Everyone appreciate and I was happy I could help out the community.
Happy holidays!

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A Present from YouTube Fans and Subscribers to the Cedar Workshop

6 Jan , 2014  

Thankyou_Thumb456 This video was about a fantastic present from all the fans and subscribers. Because of a few clicks on the Google ads and a Google AdWords campaign, it has generated a few dollars to go towards a snow blower.

The Cedar Workshop test facility is located on the top of a mountain and far away from any active roads or snow removal services. On average, it gets about 4 – 10 inches of snow in an overnight snow storm. Over time, the snow compacts down and it gets quite heavy to move. With the aid of a snow blower, it makes it a lot easier to clear a path. Now less physical energy can be spent on digging out snow and get back to projects.

A BIG thank you to all fans and subscribers to the Cedar Workshop YouTube Channel. We appreciate the interest and love to share ideas.

Feel free to comments and/or make suggestions for future videos.

Music credit: Uptown by Topher Mohr and Alex Elena, YouTube Music Library and Strange Ways by Silent Partner, YouTube Music Library

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